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Monday, August 10, 2009

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Nukke

I would very much like to travel to Bisquitville to eat bisquits !!!!! (and I would very much like to travel in any place in USA ) Greetings from Finland !

Rita aka Cashjocky

Very nice first post for Mellow Yellow. Great photo and even better history. I have never heard of this company but I have a trip to Danville, Virginia planed and I will certainly be checking it out.

VioletSky

"Fluffy biscuits" - why does that make me laugh?!

Lindy MacDuff

I think I've found heaven! Pass the butter and jam, please!

Dina

Wow,that truck can carry a lot of bisquits.
You make me miss bisquits. We don't have them in Israel.
Last time I had them was with the Heifer Ranch volunteers at a roadside cafe in Arkansas, smothered with chocolate gravy, in true Southern tradition. :)

Greensboro Daily Photo


For those of you who do not follow Dina's blog (comment immediately above this one), she used to live in the USA but now lives and works in Israel. We at GDP know her only through her blog Jerusalem Hills Daily Photo. We love her blog because she shares so much about her new culture and country. She reports the kind of warm, fuzzy, and insightful, in a human interest sort of way, the kind of information that isn't always reported in the news. By clicking on her name, you can check out her blog.......... if you are interested.

RE: Fluffy biscuits. Perhaps the emphasis is on the fact that a properly made biscuit doesn't feel like a lead bullet but seems like a cloud of taste in your mouth. Regardless of texture, not everyone is used to the taste of biscuits. Think I'll have to take a taste test today!

cieldequimper

What a truck! Are you telling me 'tis full of cookies???!! :-)

Greensboro Daily Photo


To our European readers, biscuits in the USA are not cookies. They are a small round bread that isn't sweet at all.

dianne

it always amazes me how these drivers handle these giants
I love fast, friendly, fluffy
great slogan

Janis Dority

Mmmm, Biscuits and Chocolate gravy...the taste comes back in memory from my childhood breakfasts at my best friends house.
Love your blog, must get out to NC someday .
Back to the current breakfast of coffee and blueberry pie!

storyteller at Sacred Ruminations

What a nifty BIG YELLOW TRUCK carrying tasty tidbits! Marvelous choice. Thanks for visiting mine at Small Reflections earlier. I shared a couple of follow up 'sunflower photos' at Sacred Ruminations this morning ... just because ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Carolina John

OMG i miss biscuitville! loved going there when i lived in greensboro. i'll have to pick some up

Ellie

Yum - those pictures make me hungry and this is not good for my butt :) Lovely yellow! Also thank you for visiting my mom's blog - not many retired people in Bulgaria have computers and Internet - so she is proud to learn how to blog :) I thought it is a positive thing to do and fixed a blog for her. She is now able to post herself but she does not speak English - still she is learning very fast :)

angie

great truck and the sandwich doesn't look half bad as well

julie scottsdaledailyphoto.com

this is new to me but sounds yummy. i like the yellow trucks as they advertise the goodies. Thanks for your comments on my site about the solar eclipse photos. I am glad you enjoyed them. Also if you like travel photos, we just put together a travel photos site at www.vivalavoyage.com. We have India photos posted and will put up new travel photos each Sunday.

Dina in Jerusaelm

Gee, thanks for the nice words about Jerusalem Hills.

Love your description "a cloud of taste."

Sally in WA

I was looking at this yesterday morning and your post made my mouth water. Wish we had a Biscuitville nearby.

Martha

That is one big yellow truck! Love the motto!

MYM

ramblingwoods

Makes me think of the great biscuits my Grandma made...Mine are like hockey pucks..

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